Delivery schedule and good received note

Delivery schedule

The delivery schedule in Demand Planner shows you when items are due to be received from your vendors, the value of those items, and the projected revenue they will generate once sold.

The report can be accessed under Reports > Delivery Schedule.

It is filtered by Vendor by default.

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Along the top is a schedule which can be broken down by month or week, using the date filters:

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Each column lists:

  • the number of units expected to be received in that period
  • how much the items are expected to cost
  • their projected retail price

The 'Overdue' column lists the units on purchase orders with a due date before the current period that have not yet been received.

The report can also be filtered by product, brand, category, etc. or by a specific warehouse.

Good received note

The good received note report, like the delivery schedule, lists items and when they were received. However, this report displays historic data to show you the value of goods received historically.

It can be accessed under Reports > Good Received Note.

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Along the top is a date filter which can be broken down by month or week.

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The AVG lead time is the average number of days between the purchase order creation date and the receipt of the goods.

Each column lists:

  • the number of units received in that period
  • how much the items cost
  • their projected retail price

The report can also be filtered by product, brand, category, etc. or by a specific warehouse.

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